BuzzFeed media editor Craig Silverman is known internationally for his reporting on social platforms and media manipulation, and for debunking truly “fake news”: the mis- and dis-information found at all… Continue Reading 2019 Joseph Howe Symposium – Decoding the News
In the wake of a series of coordinated attacks that claimed more than 250 lives on April 21, the government of Sri Lanka shut off its residents’ access to social… Continue Reading Shutting down social media does not reduce violence, but rather fuels it
We shouldn’t need a Super Bowl commercial costing around $10 million to remind us that information is supposed to matter in a democracy.
Yet the Washington Post thought we did,… Continue Reading Our faith in information is faltering when we most need facts
HARD TRUTHS + FAKE NEWS
A timely bootcamp for users of democracy and defenders of press freedom. Join us March 30 at the Carleton School of Journalism and Communication for… Continue Reading Hard Truths + Fake News: A 2019 Election Bootcamp
Laurier panel explores the state of journalism
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A panel discussion featuring
Daniel Dale – Washington Bureau Chief, the Toronto Star Laura Stone – Queen’s Park Reporter, the Globe and Mail Supriya Dwivedi – Co-Host, The Morning Show,… Continue Reading The Truth and 2019: How fudging, fibbing, fake news and outright lies will shape Canada’s next federal election
With the current pervasive use of online media for personal and academic reasons, it’s necessary for students to have skills to confidently filter and decipher what they’re reading.
Read More Continue Reading How analyzing patterns helps students spot deceptive media
“Solutions journalism” aims to give more prominence to solution-oriented narratives. It reports on responses to social problems by moving the solutions out of the footnotes.
Read More Continue Reading How journalists can rebut Trump’s ‘fake news’ claim
This article was originally published by the Winnipeg Free Press and appears here with the editor’s permission.
Thursday, Nov. 7, 1918 — 100 years ago today — was a pleasant… Continue Reading How ‘fake news’ came to Winnipeg 100 years ago
For the last two decades, American journalist Andy Carvin has pioneered the use of social media to report geopolitical upheaval, from the September 11 attacks to the Arab Spring. Is… Continue Reading “Bearing Witness: Journalism, Trust and Social Media” by Andy Carvin, Asper Visiting Professor, Journalist and Author